An Introduction to the Study of Indian History. There were altogether about 1, Indus valley cities, amounting to a population of perhaps 5 million at the maximum time of their florescence. It has been suggested that the early Mesopotamian Empire preceded the emergence of the Harappan civilization, and that trade and cultural exchanges may have facilitated the emergence of Harappan culture. Exchanges seem to have been most significant during the Akkadian Empire and Ur III periods, and to have waned afterwards together with the disappearance of the Indus valley civilization. Technical report, University of Chicago, Illinois. Indus Valley Civilization carnelian beads excavated in Susa. Indus round seal with impression. Some Indus seals seem to show possible Mesopotamian influence, as in the " Gilgamesh " motif of a man fighting two lions BCE. Archived from the original on 18 February
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